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Criticism is futile because it puts a man on the defensive , and usually makes him
strive to justify himself . Criticism is dangerous , because it wounds a man's
precious pride , hurts his sense of importance , and arouses his resentment .
And criticism is a dangerous spark - a spark that is liable to cause an explosion in
the powder magazine of pride — an explosion that ... For example , General
Leonard Wood was criticized and not allowed to go with the army to France .
Diplomatic , considerate , he rigorously refrained from domestic criticism . And so
, often , did Catherine the Great . ... So , you want to keep your home life happy ,
remember Rule 3 : Don't criticize . And if you are tempted to criticize the children ...
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